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Directed by: Noah Berlow | Produced by: Terry Campbell, Paul Leon, Noah Berlow, Rose Wolfrum, Amelia Iacobelli, Ian Lococo, Aryn Free Kelly, Mathew Austin Doak | Production Company: Immortal Cinema | Documentary | 2019 | USA | 7:48

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This short documentary film shatters the preconceptions of homelessness, explores the ramifications of unstable housing for children, and provides a solution to adverse childhood experiences and future health outcomes through the assistance of the Illumination Foundation who seeks to disrupt the cycle of homelessness in Orange County and Southern California.

Director Noah Berlow | IMMORTAL CINEMA https://www.immortalcinema.com
Producers: Terry Campbell, Paul Leon, Noah Berlow, Rose Wolfrum, Amelia Iacobelli, Ian Lococo, Aryn Free Kelly, Mathew Austin Doak
Score by Chris Landon, Szilva Vecserdy
Music by Szilva Vecserdy, Chris Landon 
Featured Hero: Paul Leon - CEO Illumination Foundation  

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